A meeting about science and technology parks might not sound exciting to you, but you should check out what it inspired for Bora Zivkovic at A Blog Around the Clock. Bora, who's based in North Carolina's Research Triangle area, says the conference was something of an eye-opener for him about how much of an effect these parks have and what future models might look like. He also reflects on the local Research Triangle Park, and how it allowed North Carolina to keep highly educated people in the state, lure high-tech companies, and encourage cross-university collaborations. "As a result, science in the state boomed. Instead of isolated nodes, there was now a network," he writes.
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